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Popular science fiction games for Xbox, Nintendo, Wii, and more.

  • Patricia Sarkar
    Published about a year ago
    What Is the Future for Online Gaming?

    What Is the Future for Online Gaming?

  • Thamarasee Jeewandara
    Published 2 years ago
    Playing Games for Science

    Playing Games for Science

    Game designers and scientists collectively view games (board, card and digital) as an underused medium for children and adults to engage with science, and learn innovative technical concepts. In a broader trend, researchers have even begun to assume the role of game developer and create independent games (#Indiegames) that allow users to navigate consequences of core scientific phenomena, including antibiotic resistance and climate change, in an interactive gaming experience.
  • Isaac Shapiro
    Published 2 years ago
    I’m Being Hunted For My Student Loan Debt by a Killer Drone

    I’m Being Hunted For My Student Loan Debt by a Killer Drone

    If you’re reading this, my name is Jamie Reed. If you know who I am, please tell my mom and dad I love them. I think I might die here.
  • gillian pajor
    Published 2 years ago
    The Game

    The Game

    I ran. I ran as fast as my legs would carry me; pushing myself past the point of extraordinary pain. Tears ran down my face as I gripped onto the only piece of reality that I had left. This wasn't real. This wasn't happening. This was all just a dream.
  • Awks Nerd
    Published 2 years ago
    Star Wars Battlefront II E3 Reveal

    Star Wars Battlefront II E3 Reveal

    In the last couple of months there’s been a lot of activity on the Star Wars video game front, with trailers for the upcoming Star Wars Battlefront II appearing on the internet, and last week EA showed off the game at E3 with a new trailer and some gameplay footage.
  • Adam McCaulley
    Published 2 years ago
    A Blended Nightmare

    A Blended Nightmare

    [Hello again, Thanks again for reading and as always you can reach me at twitter @amccaul1976 and by email @[email protected] and I hope you enjoy a blended nightmare.]
  • Adam McCaulley
    Published 2 years ago
    An Old Baseball Fan

    An Old Baseball Fan

    [It's that time again. Here is a different type of story and just in time for the start of baseball season. If you enjoyed this let me know @amccaul1976 at twitter and just about anywhere else. Also you can email me at [email protected] One question for all the readers. If you could spend some time with anyone living or dead who would it be. I mean Besides religious figures who wouldn't want to spend some time with Jesus, Muhammad, or Buddha ect. I mean someone interesting to you someone who you would think it would be fun or interesting to spend a day with. Tweet your answers to me. Thank you for reading.]
  • RJ Saxon
    Published 2 years ago
    Keyboard Killer
  • Stephen Hamilton
    Published 3 years ago
    Top Science Fiction Board Games

    Top Science Fiction Board Games

    We’re living in the midst of a science fiction board game Renaissance. Gone are the days where we were forced to choose between the bland (or nonexistent) settings of Monopoly, Sorry, or Clue. Now there are games in every genre and theme, including science fiction. Why settle for owning hotels when you could own alien colonies? Why play Colonel Mustard with a candlestick when you can play an android assassin with a blaster? Science fiction board games are great ways to explore galaxies, build cool space ships, and save worlds with your friends. (They’re also great ways to dominate said friends and prove your galactic superiority. Different strokes for different folks.)
  • James Lizowski
    Published 3 years ago
    Best 'Star Wars' Board Games

    Best 'Star Wars' Board Games

    Whether you’re a die-hard fan of the original trilogy, have caught the Star Wars bug after the release of A New Hope and Rogue One, or even have a soft spot for the prequels, we’re sure that the best Star Wars board games are going to help you recapture everything you love about one of the greatest sci-fi series ever made. With all sorts of different formats making the list, including card games, strategy games, and even some Star Wars twists on old classics, there really is something for every type of gamer. So gather some friends together, set the imperial march playing, and while away an evening with one of the best Star Wars board games.
  • Don Urban
    Published 3 years ago
    Invasive

    Invasive

    The Martian invaders charged from the spaceship. They kept coming as Sam Scott sprayed their green brains over the city streets. They ran towards him, shooting ray guns in his general direction. He killed them by the dozen. Sam swapped out a plasma rifle for the rocket launcher. Another battleship landed, spewing out more creatures. He fired, sending the dirty bug creatures through the air. He laughed hard as they exploded. One missile after another he launched until there was nothing but a burnt-out wasteland.
  • Eddie Wong
    Published 3 years ago
    Garrett Brown's SkyCam History

    Garrett Brown's SkyCam History

    You've seen the view from high above a football stadium before. But have you ever flown through the goalposts like a football? With SkyCam, a computerized camera originated in the 1980s, that soars through the air on steel cables. Its applications went far beyond sporting arenas, including skiing and other non arena based sports as well as the making of movies, television commercials, and even music videos.